Episode 469: Repeat Passion
Featured Guest Donald Chang founded Nara—twice! The Korean chef now operates Houston’s first modern Korean-inspired kitchen. It’s been an interesting journey. In our vignettes, Leisa speaks with Shane Evans, Massage Heights; PKF’s Byron Hebert has another Tool Time Update; and Robin visits with Jim Aivalis of Prometheus Energy Group.
Russ and John host the show that features the BusinessMakers. (Get it?) These people are the innovators, the ones who make life better for all of us. Includes: our Quote of the Week—a biting political observation from American satirist P.J. O’Rourke; This Week in Business History includes Levi Strauss, the electric 9-iron and the 2005 launch of The BusinessMakers Show; and the Jargon Challenge Round—trendy technospeak you don’t know, but should.
Passion is an interesting and confusing thing. Today’s guest, a gifted chef with influences of several cultures, discusses challenges and victories from his various—and varied—ethnic restaurants. He now operates Houston’s first modern Korean-inspired kitchen. It’s been an interesting journey.
Why would a CEO be involved in branding? Robin Tooms has a business conversation with Jim Aivalis, president and CEO of Prometheus Energy Group.
Career advice from the next generation of entrepreneurs. Leisa Holland-Nelson speaks with Shane Evans, co-founder and COO of Massage Heights.
Byron Hebert, CPA, CTP, outlines how an eight week project team timeline can help to implement new ideas in your business as he offers another Tool Time Update.